The New LUSH Product That Turns Your Bath Into Jelly

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Calling all Lushies—the bath bomb we’ve known and loved for years is getting a super fun new sibling: the Jelly Bomb. This trendier (and gooier) bath bomb is a brand-new innovation from the cult-favorite brand, and is made with seaweed, which thickens your bath water to give it an almost jelly-like consistency (no, you won’t look like a piece of fruit stuck in a Jello mold). 

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The seaweed—packed with an abundance of good-for-your-skin minerals—mixed with the Bombs’ base ingredient of sodium bicarbonate, helps soften your skin as you bathe for an ultra-luxurious experience. But as you’re trying to relax, I know what you’ll be thinking: Won’t this clog the drain? The brand says it won’t, so until we can try it ourselves, we’ll take their word for it.

Although these new Bombs are only available in the UK as of now (we’re bummed too), the brand says four of them are “tentatively planned to be released” in North America in the fall and will retail for $9 each (pictured below clockwise): Dark Arts (cinnamon and spice; perfect for winter); Marmalade (orange and grapefruit); The Big Sleep (lavender and chamomile; great for before-bed relaxation); and Green Coconut (tropical).

On the brand’s UK website, product inventor Jack Constantine writes: “I’m always very interested in what we can create in terms of textures and colors in the water. It’s all about creating something that is a bit of a spectacle and is unique while retaining benefits to the skin.” Below, get an inside look at the new Jelly Bombs from Constantine himself.

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